Boots Tampons Reviews
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Customer Boots Tampons Reviews (6)
by - written on 27/01/06 (Very useful, 302 readings)
Introduction ========== I will never understand why women refrain from saying “period”. There are many different terms for women and that time of the month. My brother once said to me “You got the painters and decorators in?” which made me howl with laughter. Well whatever we call it, most women have to deal with the mess that it brings and there are various products on the market. I have never been a fan of sanitary towels, I think the whole idea is gross, catching the blood outside of your body and leaving it there for a few hours. I started my periods when I was 13 years old and my mum gave me sanitary towels which I did use for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/11 (Very useful, 137 readings)
It was only recently that I used tampons for the first time. I usually use pads as it seems easier and in all honesty I was a little scared of trying tampons. However I was led to try tampons because I had one day to use a free day pass for a posh gym near to my house, and unfortunately my only chance to use it was when I was on my period. I wanted to get the most I could out of my day, including using the lovely swimming pool and sauna, so I decided to brave trying out tampons. I'm a bit of a cheapskate so I went for the Boots brand as it was only £1.09 for a pack of 12. There are several variations of Boots tampons, including applicator and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/09 (Very useful, 284 readings)
I resent having to throw money down the toilet, as it were, every month, (and so the imagery begins). And let's not beat about the bush (...) tampons are expensive. For me, sanitary towels are useless, except as an added extra at night, because I have heavy periods. I can't quite do the whole 'Moon Cup' thing yet - I just can't - it's icky, although one day no doubt it's what all women will use and all other products will become a thing of the past. And so tampons are the only option. And very useful they are, too, but sooo expensive. I don't have the problem with non-applicator tampons that many women seem to have, (many women seem to hate having to insert ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/06 (Very useful, 280 readings)
Well this is a review for the women out there who like a good bargain especially when it comes to "feminine products" . As I am looking to save pennies whereever possible I have got into a bad habit of bulk buying toiletries. I do prefer to use boots own brands whereever possible as they are usually on BOGOF or 2 for the price of 1 so on a recent shopping spree it was time to stock up on some sanitary protection. I don't know why but I nearly always opt for Tampax when it comes to buying tampons and boots do normally have 2 for £3 on 16 packs so I have had no reason to look at other brands up until today. The shelf was empty for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/02/12, updated on 23/03/12 (Very useful, 111 readings)
For as long as I can remember I have been an avid wearer of tampons for that 'time of the month'. Men you can log off now I know this sort of stuff makes you go yak but women out there may be interested in a lot cheaper than alot of branded alternatives tampons that are Boots own costing only 99p, which is what this review is about! The Packaging: Well to be clear I am reviewing the regular tampons from the Boots tampon range. They come in a light blue carboard box which flips open to the front of it and on the top of it we are told that they are Boots Tampons 'Twist and pull opening system' and that there are 16 of them inside the box, we are told ... Read the complete review
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